Katy Perry: Talks Bra Problems And 'Licking Her Own T*ts'


We all have trouble finding the right bra but it seems that Katy Perry's boobs are literally a pain in the neck.

The singer’s insurers have told her to bin her trademark spinning peppermint bra because her hair keeps getting caught in the wheels and are concerned that it result in a high level of strain on her neck.

Katy told The Sun: “I keep being told the insurers are worried I will injure my neck. I seriously doubt it could be lethal but they want a new bra designed that will not allow hair to be caught up."

She added: “Well, I was always known at school as the over-the-shoulder-boulder-holder.”

But Perry isn't bothered about the dangers her bra could cause her:  “My hair got caught in the wheels of my spinning peppermint bra and began to coil around and around.''

“I’m forced to just go with it so, by the end of the song, it looked quite like I was licking my own t**. What a girl does for her art.”

Katy Perry: Talks Bra Problems And 'Licking Her Own T*ts'

The 'Firework' singer is known for her array of wigs and louder than life outfits (Wenn)

Meanwhile, fer first film might not be lighting up the box office but sales of Katy Perry's music have sky-rocketed following the release of 'Part of Me 3D'.

Sales of the singer's music in the US in the week following the release of her film increased by a massive 451%.

Katy's second studio album Teenage Dream scored the highest increase in sales as it climbed its way to number two on the US Billboard 200 chart.

According to Hits Daily Double, the album sold 76,555 copies over the past week, despite it being almost two years since it was originally released.

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